Tactilus by Blue Chip – Wheelchair & Seating Pressure Mapping System

Tactilus® by Blue Chip is the perfect solution to create the optimal therapeutic seating surface for patients in hospitals, clinics, long-term care facilities, and homecare.

System Includes:

  • Sensing Pad
  • Battery Pack
  • Cables
  • Memory Stick
  • Windows Based Software
  • Hard Shell Case with Strap

Surface pressure mapping for the prevention and treatment of tissue injuries.

Blue Chip’s seat sensor is a matrix-based tactile surface sensor. One thousand twenty-four (1024) sensing points cover the entire surface area of our sensor “skin” allowing for discrete spot pressure analysis at any point in the contact region.
This provides seating specialists the accurate patient data required to create the optimal seating surface for
maximum comfort, proper positioning, and pressure redistribution.


  • Prevent costly tissue injuries
  • Create an optimal seating environment
  • Simple & Easy to Use
  • Monitor patient comfort and safety
  • Use evidence-based data for reporting & treatment
  • High-resolution imaging
  • Store and export patient information
  • Improve communication with patients through pictures and visuals

The most economical, scientific, and user-friendly system for surface pressure mapping.

Blue Chip’s easy-to-use, feature-rich Windows-based interface displays important clinical data in high definition and 2D & 3D for greater visual detail.

Compare up to three side-by-side cushions. Data-rich screen views provide specialists the information they need to create a wheelchair seating surface optimized for the individual patient.


  • Easy to use interface
  • 2D and 3D views
  • Record & save sessions
  • Center of gravity indicator
  • Average pressure graphs
  • Exportable to video
  • Exportable PDF sharing
  • High definition
  • ROI Region of Interest Masking
  • Quadrant monitoring
  • Notes field
  • Up to 3 cushion comparison
tactilus pressure mapping

tactilus pressure mapping

2D mapping

windows compatible softwareSoftware is compatible with Windows Laptop and Tablets

PRESSURE RANGE: 0 – 200 mmHg
MAP SIZE: 20″ x 20″
SCAN SPEED: 10 sec per min.
THICKNESS: .098 in. (2.5 mm)

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